News 2 Know: Teacher accused of having relationship with teen, officer's cases to be reviewed & more

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HPD Chief Art Acevedo and Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner speak at a news conference about a deadly raid-turned-shootout on Feb. 20, 2019.

FBI launches civil rights investigation into deadly botched raid

The Houston Police Department and the city are under fire after a botched drug raid that left two people dead and four officers shot. Read more >

Local News


The house on Harding Street where two people were killed and four HPD officers were shot on Jan. 28, 2019.

1,400 cases tied to officer at center of deadly raid to be reviewed

Hundreds of cases connected to the officer at the center of an investigation of a raid-turned-shootout will be reviewed, officials announced Wednesday. Read more >


The mugshot of Richard Chiamulera and a sign in front of The Woodlands High School.

The Woodlands HS teacher accused of fostering sexual relationship with 16-year-old student

A teacher and coach at The Woodlands High School was arrested Wednesday, according to school officials. Read more >


A prior mugshot of Joshua Durden.

Man accused of posting nude photos of ex-girlfriend after she gets new boyfriend

Harris County deputies are looking for a man accused of creating fake social media accounts for his ex-girlfriend using old, sometimes secretly taken nude photos of her. Read more >

Texas News

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Texas lawmakers look to the "cloud" for storing sensitive government data

What do a warehouse in North Austin and a building at Angelo State University have in common? They hold trillions of bytes of data about some of Texans’ most sensitive information, including health and education records. Read more >

Vatican abuse summitt


Cardinal Daniel DiNardo talks about his hopes for the abuse summit being held at the Vatican during an interview with KPRC2's Bill Balleza in Rome on Feb. 20, 2019.

'This is a beginning': Cardinal DiNardo talks about hopes for Vatican abuse summit

As Catholic clergy from all over the world gather in Rome for a summit about the abuse of minors, Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, the head of the U.S. delegation, is talking about what he hopes will happen at the four-day meeting. Read more >


Everything you need to know about Houston Rodeo's 2019 Cookoff

A fan favorite at the Houston Rodeo, the Cookoff, begins Thursday at NRG Park.​​​​​​​ Read more >

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